Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans: Season 1, Episode 9

The Medicine Man (29 May 1957)

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Hawkeye and Chingachcook find Wenatchgo, an old and respected medicine man, wandering in the forest. They discover that the elderly man has been driven out of the tribe by a younger and ambitious rival.

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John Hart ...
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Chingachgook (as Lon Chaney)
Dickson Kerwin ...
Wenatchgo (as Dixon Kenwin)
Frederick Euringer ...
Shenahbe
Eric Heath ...
Jim Talbot
Ed Holmes ...
Jake Collins (as Edward Holmes)
Jon Gardner ...
Hans Stettner (as John Gardner)
Ben Lennick ...
Moore (as Bernard Lennick)
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Hawkeye and Chingachcook find Wenatchgo, an old and respected medicine man, wandering in the forest. They discover that the elderly man has been driven out of the tribe by a younger and ambitious rival.

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A second go-round for the cast of "The Wild One"
9 November 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Medicine Man" reunites the cast of the fourth episode, "The Wild One" (minus Joan Blackman and Chris Wiggins), with Edward Holmes (second of five) back as villainous Jake Collins, and John Gardner (last of two) repeating as his partner, Hans Stettner, here preying upon settlers by selling them a wagon train, then hiring the Oneidas to steal them back to tempt new victims. Also returning is Oneida medicine man Wenatchgo (Dixon Kerwin, last of two), and younger rival Shenahbe (Frederick Euringer, second of four), who succeeds in ousting the wise elderly Wenatchgo as tribal leader, preferring to wage war on the white man by joining forces with Collins in exchange for food. Eric Heath (last of three) again plays Jim Talbot, whose party loses their provisions to the Oneidas, but are advised to remain in camp while John Hart's Hawkeye and Lon Chaney's Chingachgook enlist the aid of local authority Moore, again played by Bernard Lennick (second of three), baiting a trap by purchasing the Talbot wagon train from the unsuspecting Collins. None of these characters made a third appearance on the show, though Edward Holmes, Frederick Euringer, Eric Heath, and Bernard Lennick do reappear in different roles.


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